Silver Threads, Me & My Uncle, Sitting On Top Of The World, Casey Jones, Hard To Handle, Turn On Your Love Light, Dancin' In The Streets, Dark Star-> The Other One-> Saint Stephen-> It's A Sin
AUD song order rearranged to match the order Jim Powell suggests in Deadlists, except for Me & My Uncle being placed after Silver Threads: there simply was no gap between these two songs on the cassette. If Jerry didn't play pedal steel on one song and electric guitar on the other, you'd think there was a seamless segue.
December 8, 2016 Subject:
What I have the patience to listen to through the noise indicates a pretty good free concert.
June 23, 2014 Subject:
minus a star for the sound
but the show is AWESOME !!! sure the SB is good, but if this is the only complete version, well, i'll take it.
afte all, we're Dead Heads, trained to listen through the noise. someone told me years ago that most AUD tapes sound better from the other room. this is a perfect example. behind the mud and hiss is some smoking hot jams.
do yourself the favor of listening to this barnburner of a show!
March 13, 2008 Subject:
I was there at the bandshell in Central Park
I was a teenager. It was a hot day. Some dudes were walking around with pockets full of what they called 'Owsley's answer to orange sunshine.'
a young man in a black t-shirt laid one on my tongue. bad idea. it was too strong and I went home and took a bath. as i recall, sunshine was much more pleasant.
December 21, 2006 Subject:
July 31, 2006 Subject:
Standin' up bastards, they'll get you every time.
Always love audience recordings with extremely loud obscenities in them. Really wakes everybody up here at work. Interesting Casey Jones, in the sense that I could see it coming from an altered group consciousness. Great pedal steel on Silver Threads and Golden Needles and Me and My Uncle.
June 14, 2006 Subject:
Spiked with what?
Owsley Stanley spikes the coffee before the central park show. madness ensues.